Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg strive to offer the latest in orthodontic technology in order to make your experience as pleasurable and efficient as possible. Take a look at what we have to offer:
We use the Invisalign™ system of clear aligners, or trays, as an alternative to traditional braces. These aligners gently move teeth to their proper positions in 9 to 15 months for most people, and are extremely convenient. They are practically invisible to the casual observer, so teenagers or adults who work with the public can avoid the self-consciousness of having obvious braces. They’re removable, so you can take them out whenever you need to. This means easy brushing and flossing and no food restrictions. Click here for more information about invisalign and to schedule a complimentary appointment to see if you are a candidate for this type of treatment.
Interested in speeding up your treatment time? Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg use AcceleDent to accelerate the alignment process! Click here to read more about how AcceleDent works and next time you are in the office Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg will see if this new technology is right for you.
No more yucky impressions! The iTero Scanner is revolutionizing the way Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg are creating treatment plans for their patients. Remember the archaic way of taking dental impressions …. yucky tasting impression material, placed in a impression tray and then tray and material squeezed into your mouth. No more at Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg’s office! The intra-oral scan technology is replacing the archaic conventional way of taking impressions. For those who are bothered by gagging during dental impressions, this is fantastic news! In addition, by capturing hundreds of thousands of laser points per second, the iTero Scanner allows Drs. Pale, Gemmi, and Middleberg to produce an extremely accurate digital model of you mouth, resulting in better treatment results. Click here for more information on the cutting edge technology of the iTero Scanner.